Fadi Diya was promoted to senior vice president and chief nuclear officer at Ameren Missouri. His predecessor, Adam Heflin, is leaving to become the CEO and CNO of Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation.
Diya began his career at Ameren in 2005 as the superintendent of design engineering at Callaway Energy Cener, which produces 20 percent of Ameren’s energy. Three years later, he was promoted to vice president of nuclear operations, a release from Ameren said.
“We are fortunate to have had a robust succession plan and a well-prepared successor ready to step into the CNO role,” said Warner Baxter, president and CEO of Ameren Missouri. “Fadi’s extensive operating experience at Callaway, strong leadership skills and engagement in numerous nuclear industry initiatives has prepared him well to take on the broader role of CNO at Callaway. I have the utmost confidence in Fadi, the entire Callaway leadership team and our Callaway co-workers to maintain Callaway’s strong record of excellent operating performance.”